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Started by Matt Henzie in General Discussion May 26.
I am an intern from the University of Central Arkansas and I am interested in finding lessons that students are going to love and fully participate. I have been getting all of my lesson ideas from PE Central, but I have used several of their lessons…Continue
Want to infuse a full-body workout in a fun sport or activity? Check out the all-new Tugball™. PE teacher tested, PE student approved. Here is a website that shows the ball and the games used with it:…Continue
Started by Matt Henzie in NASPE Announcements May 10.
When the temperatures begin to rise outside, it is a challenge to figure out how to keep kids active and moving safely in the heat. The number one priority is hydration. Studies show that hydrating prior to being outside in the heat is the most important thing you can do when the temperatures start to get warm. Here are some other ideas for some fun in the hot summer sun!…
It all began in June of 1993, when I was asked to present at the Georgia AAHPERD Summer Institute for physical education teachers. Since that first workshop, I have had the privilege and honor to work with teachers, administrators, and students, at conventions and conferences, in public schools, day care centers,…Continue
The University of Southern Mississippi would like to announce their Master’s in Human Performance: Physical Education Emphasis is now offered fully online.
The degree program was created to allow teachers to enroll in online classes while continuing to teach in their own classroom.
Additional information can be found at:…Continue
I have a strong interest in brain compatible learning as well as content literacy and have developed a series of rhymes and poems for teaching and learning in physical education. With Valentine's Day around the corner I thought it would be appropriate to share this one so that others might share it with their students.
Yours for healthy & active children,
Thank you, thank you, thank you: